On 28 November, The Council will be invited to agree its position (general approach) on two legislative proposals: directive on representative actions for consumers and the directive on country-by-country reporting. Ministers will also debate the external dimension of European competitiveness.
On 29 November, the Council will adopt conclusions on space solutions for a sustainable Arctic and Ministers will also debate on ways of fostering a sustainable space economy. In the afternoon, the Council will be invited to agree partial general approaches on several initiatives: European Institute of Technology (EIT), the strategic innovation agenda of the EIT (TBC), recitals and annex IV of the Horizon Europe regulation on the future Euratom research programme and future Euratom research programme (TBC). In addition, the Council will adopt conclusions on the updated EU bioeconomy strategy. Over lunch, ministers will exchange views on the contribution of Horizon Europe to attracting private research and development investments for sustainable growth.